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Open Space Affects Livability Of all the factors that go into a community being rated a best place to live, open space certainly rates near the top of the list. In Castle Rock, CO, rated one of the best places to live in the country by Livability.com, open space is certainly not in short supply.
Smart Growth Enhances Community Reputation At Miller’s Landing, a new mixed-use development in Castle Rock, CO, we’re employing Smart Growth concepts to ensure the development enhances the town’s reputation as one of the best places to live in the country. When completed, Miller’s Landing will feature a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly town center. The town center
Restaurants Recovering from Pandemic For a new multi-use development such as Miller’s Landing, recent data that shows the restaurant industry is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic is certainly good news. Miller’s Landing is a new commercial development in Castle Rock, CO. When completed, it will feature a pedestrian-friendly town center with prime locations for restaurants
Colorado Economy in Recovery Mode A new economic report shows that the state’s economy, including the economy in the front range corridor, is firmly in the recovery mode as the state continues to post strong GDP, employment and income growth. The Colorado Quarterly Business and Economic Indicators report outlines economic conditions around the state. The Colorado
At Miller’s Landing, we’re creating a sustainable development that enhances the lives of tenants, visitors, and the community. Our participation in the Colorado C-PACE program will help us achieve that goal. Miller’s Landing is a new multi-use commercial development in Castle Rock, CO. When completed, Miller’s Landing will include a pedestrian-friendly town center with shopping
Predictions of the Demise of Retail Stores Prove to be Premature Here at Miller’s Landing we’re happy to see that recent reports show that consumers are once again shopping at brick and mortar retail locations. It turns out that the doom and gloom predictions of the demise of physical retail stores were not accurate after
Strong Partnerships Create Success Creating a successful mixed-use development requires a combination of planning, strong partnerships and a great location. Miller’s Landing in Castle Rock, CO, has all three. On land that was once deemed blighted, Miller’s Landing is creating a new mixed-use development that features a pedestrian-friendly town center with retail and restaurant sites,
Castle Rock, Colorado, Supports Business Development For individuals and companies looking to start or move a business, Castle Rock, CO, remains a top destination. The town’s business-friendly environment, along with its desirable location, make it an attractive location for businesses both large and small. An Ideal Business Location According to the Castle Rock Economic Development
Miller’s Landing Remains Unique Few commercial real estate projects in the Denver area are as ideally situated as Miller’s Landing in Castle Rock, CO. In a town with an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities, Miller’s Landing is nestled right next to Philip S. Miller Park, the area’s most exciting and popular outdoor recreation area. Castle
Is a Growth Surge Coming for Coworking Spaces? As the economy reopens from the COVID-19 slowdown, questions remain about the pandemic’s effect on the world of work and commercial office space. Yet one sector that appears to be on an upward trajectory is the shared-space, or coworking sector. Once the darling of the working world,
Douglas County Named One of the Healthiest Counties in U.S. For the second year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has named Douglas County, CO, the second healthiest county in the nation, further cementing its reputation as one of the best places to live in the country. Los Alamos County, NM, ranked as
Moving Back To the Office As the world transitions back to a somewhat more normal routine, businesses are considering whether to bring employees back to commercial office spaces. Back-to-the-office attitudes and plans vary by company and, in many cases, by industry. According to Gallup, as of late May about 45 percent of full-time workers in